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it's a warm start to a warm week. sharon's back in traffic and as bernadette woods is in for marty at first warning weather. time flies. fall starts wednesday. okay, as far as today, it's a warm start to the day. we're ranging everything in 69 in baltimore and 63 in elkton and 63 in westminster and bel air. as we head into the afternoon, we're going up into the upper 70s. not warming up all that much. that's because a cold front overnight. the thing is, warm ore air will be returning and taking over later on this week. we have the rush for you now in traffic control. >> not much to get in your way. we'll take it for a monday morning.
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just one accident working in glenn bernie. in, watch for it on crane highway and oak manner drive. that's involving a motorcycle and there's the speeds and the drivetimes. the westside outer lupe is problem free with the 54 miles per hour speeds. taking a live look outside. that's a look outside at 95 in and out of the fort mchenry tunnels. we're running problem free. 795. there's the same and 95 and 395. remember, wjz-13 is always on, for traffic information any time. go to wjz.com. back to you, don. thank you, we have three school advisories for you this morning. cheek peek high school and middle and folger are all closed because of a ruptured pipe mr. foreman. in harford county, students
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are returning without a popular classmate who was killed while crossing a busy intersection last week. >> reporter: good morning, don. the 14-year-old will be laid to rest after an emotional weekend for his friends and family. a memorial was held standard for joey d'entremont. the 14-year-old freshman died friday night crossing route 24, north of the bel air bypass. his friends tried to comfort each other. >> he'll never be forgotten. he was a good kid and number 30 will live for ever. >> reporter: he was a line backer and he played music. >> it's hard to belief he's gone. >> reporter: a 19-year-old had the right of way when he struck
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joey d'entremont. it doesn't appear speak or alcohol were factors. >> we're thinking that the crosswalk were prohibiting the pedestrians from crossing because northbound and southbound traffic had a steady green light. >> reporter: this is causing a roller coaster of amotion -- emotions. >> one second, i'm fine and i can act normally, i'm in denial and another second, i'm sobbing. >> viewings will be held tuesday and wednesday in joppa at the mountain christian church and his funeral will be wednesday also. few, andrea and a memorial fund has been set up. better news about the doctor shot last week in johns hopkins. dr. david cohen's health is improving. he's in fair and stable condition. he was shot by the sun of an
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elderly patient. he shot the doctor and shot himself and his mother. >> now, the police are investigating a pair of deadly shootings. baltimore, a man was struck in the back and chest and later died. it may have been from an earlier altercation. >> and 15 minutes later, more gunshots. an unidentified man was rush to the hospital where he died after being shot. and a rough night for those on bermuda. the national hurricane centner in miami says that igor's eye was west of the island. thousands are without power
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this morning. the orioles may not head to the post season, but they looked like it yesterday for a while. the orioles and the yankees met. scott had a huge home run to force extra innings orioles went on to win it. >> and the news isn't that good for raven's fans ravens come up short against the bengals. it was especially tough for flacco. >> reporter: good morning, the ravens were favored and as fate would have it, they left town, losers 5-15. and ravens offense had -- the purple birds finally get on
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the score bird. in full stride and 7-6, ravens. lewis, here, flagged for tripping karlson palmer and this penalty on suggs for roughing the passer. >> it takes the effort to get the guy to the ground. they'll have to explain it to all of us. >> reporter: fast forward, billy hits a 38-yard field goal and the ravens take the lead, 10-9. later on, the ravens losing, 12- 10 and flacco throws the third interception on the pass. and seconds left, flacco tossing the fourth interception of the day. that put a wrap on the loss against cincinnati. it's bad, three interceptions, it doesn't matter how you feel about them. >> we can look at the plays all week and the question you have
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to ask yourself, why not instant replay the plays. >> and 0-2 cleveland comes to baltimore sunday. have a great day, back to you. >> and it was one of the most talked about football games of the weekend as millions watched the second manning bowl. eli manning lead the giants against payton and the colts and this one was one sided. the colts hammered the giants and they cruised to a 38-14 victory. >> payton's good. >> something they can promote. >> payton's good. >> i'm excited, i don't normally get to work monday morning, but i get to be here for manic monday. >> good morning, ron. >> good morning, bern and don. we're fine, how are you?
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>> we're good. we have a beautiful morning and a beautiful group. we're ready to rock 'n' roll. it's manic monday with the lupus town case of america when the morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,
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the winds are from the north and that will keep the highs down. and tomorrow, there's not a lot to it. there were showers with the front, and they stayed to the north. and now, behind it, here are the clear skies moving our way. partly cloudy skies as we head into the afternoon. and bringing in slightly cooler air. tonight, we'll drop. some people in the 40s overnight and tomorrow, we'll recover in the 70s. however, once we get rid of
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cool air mass. we'll transition into really warm air masses starting on wednesday. as the warm air comes in, it will push the jet stream to the north. that's where the storms will rise. the thunderstorm should stay to the in order. we'll see if they're close enough to give us a chance. we'll feel the warmth taking over maryland once again. out in the tropics, igor is passing by bermuda to the west. it's on the eastern side of the storm, that's the worst. that's where the waters pile up. it was really pounding the island. it's picking up speed and it will be racing away and weakening. we have a tropical storm julia and it will be leaving and staying over the waters forecast for us, 79 degrees for the high today and partly sunny and tonight, down to 50.
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some in the 40s. if you're not looking at your tv, wednesday, 88, 86 and 88. >> is anything clogging the morning's commute? here's sharon. in. not much to get in your way. the one and only accident we had in glenn bernie is gone. you can see we're at full speed on the top and the westside with 11 minute drive times on both. there's a look outside at both. running smoothly and still, everything at full speed. that's at 795 and same on 95. this is brought to you by toyota. toyota, buy right the first time and you'll save more in the long run. now, it's time for manic monday. ♪ it's another manic monday, i
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wish it was sunday ♪ >> we're coming up on 6:15 and ronster and company at fells point. >> don and bern, we're have a great time with the lupus foundation of america. >> [ cheers and applause ] >> okay, quickly, i want to address raven nation. >> yes! >> as a proud member of section 540. the talk shows were unbelievable yesterday. flacco has taken us to the play offs for the last two years, he had a bad day, give him a break. people calming and saying they want troy smith. he's not even with the team any more. if he has a bad day against sunday next cleveland, then we have to talk again, but for thousand, trust in joe. >> and it's one game of 16.
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we're 1-1. we have 14 games to go. >> and probably not going 16-0. that's rare any ways. >> and we haven't allowed a touchdown yet. and we're focusing on the positive. the defense hasn't allowed a touchdown. and we're favored sunday for the home opener. let's get it going with the lupus foundation of america. thank you guys. this is penny fletcher. how are you doing? >> great, great. you're so enthusiastic. thank you for coming down. >> lupus is an autoimmune disease. it attacks any or began and there's no cure and there's not been a new drug in several years and so many have lupus. we'll have a thousand people
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marching saturday at 3:00 p.m. at druid hill and it's baltimorelupuswalk.com. >> so if you want to register. come on out. >> yes, and we'll have over a thousand butterflies. >> i have to get my twanger here, i forgot it. we have the crew, we have joe, we have the coach, we have tony, luther. >> slots harry. [ laughter ] >> keep trying. >> he's practicing for that place in perryville. all right, luther, let me hear those magic words. >> maestro, the music, if you please. >> all right, it's monday. these guys have been great in rehearsal and we're ready to rock 'n' roll. the big walk coming up
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saturday. stand by. [crowd singing manic monday. [crowd singing manic monday]
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nice idea to have the butterfly. >> you guys were phenomenal. >> we'll invite you back in november! [ cheers and applause ] . [ laughter ] >> great job, the lupus foundation of america. the d.c. chapter, thank you, and the big walk saturday. give yourselves one more big hand! [ cheers and applause ] >> and that's just around the corner. well, it's coming up. that's two months away. >> don and bern, the admiral is up. >> well, i think they're on the phone. >> enjoy this day. >> see ya. sometimes, we wake up some guests. yes. >> but it's a good thing. it's positive. >> yeah. >> it's positive. >> we'll take a break and be back. look at how gorgeous it looks
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good morning, once again,
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everyone. it's a warmer morning and some temperatures are around 70 degrees. here's what it looks like. we'll start with this graphic. for today, it's warm to start out. we're not warming up much this afternoon. that's going to be the same case tomorrow. the warm air is moving our way tomorrow. 66 in baltimore and 69 in d.c. now. it's 63 in westminster and 23469 annapolis -- 69 in annapolis. and 70s again tomorrow. and then comes the warm air. hollywood arrives tonight with the red carpet roll out of hawaii five-0. we'll talk more about it. ♪ mcgarrett is back, same vintage
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music and a stylized look. expect bigger action and explosions. -- and more in-depth characters. no, no, no! we never knew about him, he was a man with no past and literally, you'll learn about the character i'm playing. >> reporter: he stars opposite scott kan. >> how did you get that black eye. >> my girlfriend got rough. no, it wasn't her and you're lucky to just have that. >> i haven't seen the original show. i focus on what we're doing. >> more than 120 cast and crew members have been shooting since july. this prop master worked on the
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old set, too and says it's the weapons and equipment that advanced the most. in the original, a walkie talkie was as hi-tech as they got. >> tell the cop all he wants to know. >> they rely on actors and extras and some say, more than before. >> hi. >> and we see a change in some of the faces. this detective is now a woman and there will be plenty tips of the hat to the iconic original. what do you want me to do with this one. book them down. >> where are you trying to go? >> hawaii news now. .
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and yet to come on our morning edition, police say he crossed against a traffic light. now, a harford county teen is dead. i'm andrea fujii and a lye report is just ahead. >> and i'm tara mergener in washington, the president of iran is in new york and the mother of two hikers being held in his country want a meeting there. >> the oil well that spewed millions of gallons of oil is now sealed. and we have the first delay of the morning coming up. we'll look at the speed sense source and the live pictures. after the break. >> good morning, everyone, it's a warm start to the week, we have some ups and downs coming our way. we'll have the rest shortly. take a look at her, you would never know she's 43. she's joining us on coffee with to talk about her gold medal tips. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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sharon will have the traffic after bernadette woods in first warning weather. it's a pretty nice start to the week weatherwise. you can see the sunshine out there and clouds to the east. as we head into the afternoon, partly cloudy skies and temperatures, it's a warm start to the day. we have 66 in baltimore and 62 in elkton and taking it in closer. it's 66 in rock hall and 69- degrees in kent island this morning. we're warming up to 79 degrees. the cold front moved through and not much to it. we can see the clouds out there right now. partly cloudy skies and we'll
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cool it down. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> >> if you're driving rather than sailing, here's traffic with sharon gibala. >> well, we have no accidents, but we have delays. taking a look at the speed sensors leftside is slowing down and we have a speed sensor in the 30 miles per hour range. and there's a look at the average drive times and the speeds on the beltway. 45 miles per hour on the westside. that's an average between 795 and 95 with the 14 minute drive time. there's a look at the westside at old fort road. that will set you back about five minutes. and there's a live look at the topside. starting to get busier there. not yet officially delayed. there's 95 and you could tap your brakes. >> and this is bought to you by
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your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. >> >> we have school advisories from the same section of anne arundel county. chesapeake high school and middle and folger elementary school are closed. they should resume tomorrow there. >> and in harford county, the loss of a student is being felt as other students return to school without a fellow classmate. wjz-13 and andrea fujii are live on the story. good morning once again, andrea. >> good morning, don. the 14-year-old will be laid to rest this week after two of his friends saw the fatal crash. a memorial was held saturday in memory of joey d'entremont. the 14-year-old freshman died friday night crossing route 24, north of the bel air bypass. his friends comforted each other.
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>> he'll never be forgotten he was a good kid. number 30 will live for ever. >> reporter: he plays line backer and piano and wrote music. it's just a big shock to everyone. it's hard to believe he's gone. >> reporter: the police say that the investigation shows that a 19-year-old had the right of way and he struck joey d'entremont. it doesn't appear that speed or alcohol were factors. >> the crosswalk was prohibiting anyone from crossing at the time because the northbound and southbound had a steady green light. >> one second, i'm fine, like now and i can talk. but another second, i'm sobbing. >> reporter: and the viewings are tuesday and wednesday at
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mountain christian church in joppa. thank you, andrea. a memorial fund is set up by the fallston rec council. a man is in stable condition after being shot by two police officers. when he refused to drop a gun he was pointing at them, he was shot. he's recovering in the hospital. and after two months, the oil well is capped. it couldn't be capped until it was sealed from the bottom up. 206billion-gallons of oil spilled into the gulf of mexico. mahmoud ahmadinejad is in new york city for the general assembly for the united nations and he's talking about the american hikers being held in his country.
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>> reporter: the mother's of two hikers being held in iran want a face to face meeting with the country's president. >> we're encouraged that the humanitarianism is continued. >> reporter: they spoke with sara shored. she and her fiance and friend were arrested in 2009 after being accused of illegally crossing the iraq, aurone border. >> they didn't deserve to be in prison one day longer than i was. we committed to crime and we're not spies. >> reporter: mahmoud ahmadinejad who's in new york for the general assembly described the release as a humanitarian gesture. >> the u.s. government should
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make a humanitarian gesture. >> it's further complicated matters between tehran and washington. just this summer, the u.s. security council imposed tough sanctions and ahmadinejad down played the impact. >> we do take sanctions seriously, but taking it seriously is different from believing that they're effective. >> reporter: the iranian president is expected to face strong opposition. there was a protest sunday with several more throughout the week. in washington, i'm tara mergener. >> and he'll address the un general assembly thursday there. >> the charm card is going on sale this week. it's a new electronic payment system for compute -- commuters. you can use the system, it
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deducts the fair each time you use it. >> they have one card and they put it in their pocket and go through the rail gate. it holds up to $200 can't be used for the marc commuter trains between here and washington. the birds are flying high. down by a run in the 9th inning, the orioles got a big home run from scott and that takes the game into the extra innings. and the orioles win it in the 11th inning of play, 4-3 was the final. >> and the ravens had a rough day in cincinnati. they were favored by 2 1/2 points. they ended up leaving with a loss. the rhs were -- ravens were
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favored, but they lost. the offense slept through a nonproductive first half with 77-yards total production and 6- 0 bengals in the first half. flacco to mason and a touchdown. and strange calls on display. lewis, flagged for tripping a quarterback. and this on suggs for roughing the passer. it takes effort to get the by the to the ground. he's a strong man. they'll have to explain that to all of us. fast forward, the ravins trailing 9 and he gets the field goal. the ravens losing 12-10. and that lead to the goal and the lead. seconds left, flacco tossing the 4th interception of the
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day. and that put a wrap on the loss against cincinnati. it's bad, three interceptions, they're interceptions. >> and look at the plays, the question you have to ask yourself is, why not instant replay the plays. >> 0-2 cleveland comes to 1-1 baltimore sunday. that's it, have a great day. same to you, stan. the ravens are third now. all right, the coffee with today. i was, well, this girl's phenomenal and she's going for another olympic. if you don't know who she is, sara torez. just look at that shot. >> we could all do that, right. >> yeah, and we'd look that
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way, too. >> she's got milk, right? mr. >> yeah, that's a got milk ad. >> she talks about a medal program and you can look like that in five weeks. >> exactly. >> or close to that. >> we'll update the traffic and bernadette woods has more on the last few days of summer, coming up. ololololololold gibb. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. ololololololold gibb. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you.
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now let's get down to work.
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it's a warm start to the day. the winds turned to the north and the cold front made its way last night. we had showers to the north and the front will be leaving us. bind it, a -- behind it, a shot of warmer air and tomorrow, not up much either. there's really warm air out there down to the south west. and here's the shot of cooler air, it gets out of here and
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wednesday, the first day of fall, we'll warm up. the other thing, it pushes the entire storm track to the north. that's where the fronts are riding. en wednesday, one will pass by and another on thursday. there's a chance for a shower and thunderstorm. our chances are small. and overall, what we're going to notice is the warmth returning to the mid-atlantic. in the tropics, this is igor. still, 75 miles per hour winds. it's passed by bermuda to the west. it's been battering the island for the past 24 hours. tropical storm forced conditions will continue for most of the day. and the bad news is, too. on the eastern side of the storm, that's where we'll see the strongest storm surge. and the other storm is julia. there. and the forecast for today we're going up to 79-degree and close to 80 in the afternoon. and a lot of people will be in
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the 40s overflight. we've recovered to 77 degrees and after that, though, 88 on wednesday and 86 degrees on thursday and 88 degrees on friday. don? measure thank you, sounds good. here's sharon with more. >> well, it's starting to get busier out there. we picked up a problem in parkville. watch for fire active toy at pairing parkway. and we have some delays on 95 southbound in the yellow now between the beltway and 8995. four minutes at 42 miles per hour. there's the speeds around the beltway. that's starting to slowdown as well. and there's the look at the drivetimes and the speeds. 35 miles per hour between 795 and 95 with a 17 minute drive time. taking a live look at old court road, there's the brakes and the delay.
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there's a look at 95 and the delay i mentioned before. and there's a look at the topside. it's running smoothly there. >> and this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. back to you. thank you, and bernadette is excited about this one. this is sponsored by the milk campaign. >> ladies and gentlemen, let's welcome dara torres. you've made my day.there you're getting ready to say that chalk and milk is good for you. >> chocolate milk is great for you. i came from the old school of when i worked out. i would grab a sugar drink and
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then, i would see the kids drinking chocolate milk and i was like, what are you drinking it for? it helps recovery and i went online and did me research and found out that it has a great mix of carbs and protein and the protein helps build lean muscle mass will have you know what, i'm floored myself. dara, your body of work speaks for itself and i don't think you would sell out. >> no, there's no way i would. for you go on my book. read it and see, you'll see that i seriously drink low fat chocolate milk after the swimming. >> when you first found out were you as happy as we are right now. what? >> i'm sure you were excited that you had to be medicated after you found out you would
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be here. i'm a work out freak, we have every afternoon free and it tends to keep you out of bars, movie and jail. and this is a nice change of pace. well, they came out with new research. they had 15 post recovery work out drinks contaminated with stuff and it's scary to know what is in them and when you have the milk, you're getting what you ask for. why not ask for the essential nutrients. >> and let's talk about program i would like to get your response. is the market overloaded with self-help and fitness books. well, it depends. you're in the season where people want a quick fix.
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people want to look good. my book is a little different than the other books. it's not old school, you're not going to the gym and doing squats and bench presses, it's innovative and people ask me, how do you have those abs and arms. >> you work your butt off. yes, i do and there are examples of the exercises i do that are difference and if you try them, they'll motivate you. >> and the rainbow with the medicine ball, i do that. it's great for your abs. >> yeah. >> so you do that, that's great. >> and i like the stretching in the book. when i go to the gym, i see the people go to the door and go to the weights and to the machines without stretching. >> yeah, that's, that's a sign for a bad injury.
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stretching is really important. i came from the old school where your just twirl your arms around and that's it. but this type is retistive stretching. you can do it at home. because you're resisting, you'll get strength training and a great stretch. i put the abs exercises in there. so many people want to see my abs. >> you see my abs and they think it's air brushed, but it's not. >> but you can do 300 ab reps a day, but if you don't take the body fat off, you'll never see the six pack. >> yeah, you have to do the aerobics. >> could you kick michael phelps butt for us.
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>> why? well, calls me his mom, you have to remember, when he was 15 he was on the team and i was 33 in 2000. >> he has guts. and she's got abs. thank you for being with us. we really appreciate it. gold medal fitness, we'll be back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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here's the forecast for today. we're warm to start out and we'll get to 79 for the high. seasonable this afternoon. partly cloudy skies and over the next five days, it will be a cool one tonight. tonight, 58 degrees and tomorrow, up to 77 degrees and wednesday, thursday, and friday. 88, 86 and 88. incredible stretch of weather coming. now, we'll need to get a check of the roads with traffic control. >> hi, bernadette, well, not a bad drive out there. we have some delays. we have fire activity on east joppa and pairing parkway. approaching the beltway, that will cost you four minutes and an average speed of 42 miles per hour. and there's the speeds on the beltway. and that's in addition to the westside delays and on the westside, there's a live look at the westside at old court road, you can see the delays from 795 down to edmondson.
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there's a look at 95 to the left coming towards us and they're a bit slow and topside outer lupe is slow as well. that's an average speed of 44 miles per hour. and this is brought to you by the cochran firm. if you've suffered a personal injury, go to their website for more. now, the head lines. funeral plans are set for a harford county high school student. a viewing will be held for joey d'entremont. the student died friday night crossing route 24 north of the bel air bypass. the dry -- driver, had the right of way. and officials upgraded the condition of a doctor shot and wounded inside a hospital last week. he's now in fair and stable condition this morning. he was shot by the son of an elderly patient.
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he shot and killed his mother and himself. a new card is changing the way that marylanders use transportation. you can pay for rides electronically. riders can use one card for both systems in both cities. >> a tough road game for the ravens yesterday. the defense did what it could. and flacco was picked off four times as the ravens fell to the bengals. and stay with us, complete new, weather and traffic still ahead for you this morning and more on hurricane igor. big waves are pounding the
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